easyJet Traveller

From the magazine this month:

The future comes at you fast. You just missed its arrival, in fact. You’re now reading this in a world where it’s possible to visit a Dutch gallery in cyberspace, eat a ‘bleeding’ vegan burger in east London or have your next home 3D printed in Copenhagen.


And, because it’s the future, it was possible to get our March cover star (easyJet customer Giles, 32) shrunk from top to tiny toe with the help of the iMakr.com 3D printing studio… and then turn him back to his actual size again, with no Willy Wonka-esque side effects.


This issue isn’t just about big ideas in business and technology, however. It’s also about the cities that are supporting this progress and the connections between them, such as the new easyJet route from London to Reus, in Spain. We sent our writer to discover how, sometimes, we can take our cues from the old ways of doing things. In particular, sitting in a Catalonian courtyard on a Sunday afternoon, drinking several glasses of vermouth. And there’s nothing tiny about the servings…


Jonny Ensall, Editor


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